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Summary

Slava Zayats co-heads the Healthcare Practice at Bates White. He has over a decade of experience as an economist specializing in antitrust matters involving competition, market definition, and market power, with a particular focus on the healthcare industry. He leads economic analyses and serves as an expert in numerous merger and monopolization matters, including on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission, insurers, providers, and other private entities. Many of his past engagements were complex antitrust matters that involved extensive discovery and data-intensive econometric analyses.

Dr. Zayats has also served as consulting expert to multiple state agencies, including the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, and the California Department of Justice, advising on a broad range of antitrust and healthcare issues.

In addition to his extensive healthcare experience, Dr. Zayats has also conducted economic analyses on major engagements in other industries, including airlines, retail, asbestos (product liability), smelting (lead contamination), and employment discrimination. He has been published in the Review of Economics and Statistics.

Education

PhD, Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

BA, Economics, Belarus State Economic University

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